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Current WWE Wrestlers to Have Failed the Wellness Policy

Current WWE Wrestlers to Have Failed the Wellness Policy

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WWE announced beginning on November 1, 2007 that all Wellness Policy violations would be made public. On this page we are covering all of the suspensions that were confirmed by the company from that date forward. Any previous suspensions that were from Wellness Policy violations can only be labeled as speculation because the company did not confirm these suspensions publicly before that date. WWE’s Wellness Policy works like this – one failed test, suspended 30 days – two failed tests, suspended 60 days – three failed tests, the superstar is terminated

» Booker T - Suspended for 30 days in 2007
» Booker T - Suspended for 60 days on August 30, 2007
» Darren Young - Suspended for 30 days on October 5, 2011
» Dolph Ziggler - Suspended for 30 days on October 10, 2008
» Evan Bourne - Suspended for 30 days on November 1, 2011
» Evan Bourne - Suspended for 60 days on January 17, 2012
» Heath Slater - Suspended for 30 days on October 17, 2011
» Mike Chioda - Suspended for 30 days on August 15, 2011
> Randy Orton - Suspended for 60 days on April 12, 2006
» Randy Orton - Suspended for 30 days in August 2006
» Randy Orton - Suspended for 60 days on May 30, 2012
» Rey Mysterio - Suspended for 30 days on August 27, 2009
» Rey Mysterio - Suspended for 60 days on April 26, 2012
» Rob Van Dam - Suspended for 30 days in July 2006
» R-Truth - Suspended for 30 days on November 22, 2011
» Ryan "Ryback" Reeves - Suspended for 30 days in July 2006
» William Regal - Suspended for 30 days on August 30, 2007
» William Regal - Suspended for 60 days on May 20, 2008
> Joey Mercury - Suspended for 30 days on May 23, 2006
> Ryan O'Reilly (DSW - later Conor O'Brian) - Suspended for 30 days in September 2006
> Ricardo Rodriguez - Suspended for 30 days on July 2, 2013

Those are the current WWE superstars who have a strike or two against there name (or in Randy Orton's case, three strikes).

Booker T, Evan Bourne, Rey Mysterio and William Regal have all got one chance left, unless WWE gives them the Randy Orton treatment.
Efrain Torres
I lol'd at Mike Chioda failing. Like, dude, you're a ref, wat u doing? XD
  • February 13, 2014
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da_illest101
He needs stronger arms to slam that mat. I seriously wonder if all the wrestlers actually did the test.
  • February 13, 2014
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Dan Thompson
So they don't obviously stand bye their policy, seeing that Orton has failed it 3 times and is still employed...
  • February 13, 2014
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Darik Dimitroff
I've said over and over that the Wellness Policy is WWE's enforcement tool for the locker room. It's a joke. The program may be run by an outside company, but WWE ultimately decides who is to be let go or suspended.
  • February 13, 2014
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RebelSen
According to this Randy Orton should be fired.
  • February 14, 2014
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Julieanne Waller
yeah, the randy orton treatment, where you can fail as many times as you like or like cena. where they never drug test you.
  • February 14, 2014
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hollerifyaheramerko1jeff
The charismatic enigma shoud stil be in wwe if orton is
  • March 18, 2014
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